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Former Tory justice secretary David Gauke says MPs were promised a vote to avoid a second no-deal Brexit 'trapdoor'.
Cabinet minister appears to pitch to Brexit Party voters, after No.10 rule out extension to transition period at end of 2020.
Prime minister refusing to pick after new president says UK must send a candidate.
Will Boris Johnson's gamble to cut off the DUP to cut a deal with the EU prove to have been the undoing of his promise to 'Get Brexit Done' by October 31st?
Another Brexit deadline passes, another Brexit election begins. Who is in for the trick and who is in for the treat as the UK's political parties go door to door.
Conservative sources admit that Brexit is likely to be delayed past the New Year despite the EU saying it could be earlier.
'Flextension' could see Britain leave earlier if withdrawal agreement is approved quickly.
The EU is preparing to sign off on a Brexit extension to 31 January 2020 with an option for the UK to leave earlier if a deal is ratified, according to a leaked draft of the agreement seen by the Guardian.
He said the Government had to accept it could not leave by the Halloween deadline.
Two of the EU's most influential characters have urged the bloc's 27 leaders to grant a UK request for a Brexit extension.
Irish PM and head of European parliament give their support to three-month extension.
Prime Minister loses crucial vote on programme motion that would have paved the way to leave the EU by October 31.
Commons refuses to accept tight timetable for EU exit blueprint to meet Halloween deadline.
Donald Tusk indicates that extension would be granted to prevent a no-deal.
Downing Street’s attempt to dodge Benn Act falls flat.
Merkel ally Peter Altmaier says ‘it goes without saying’ Brexit extension would be granted.
Scotland's highest court has rejected calls to dismiss a case looking into the legality of Boris Johnson's Brexit extension request from the EU.
The British government has sent the European Union a request to postpone the date of its departure from the bloc, European Council President Donald Tusk has said.
MPs delivered their latest defeat to Boris Johnson in accepting an amendment by Oliver Letwin to withhold approval for the prime minster’s Brexit withdrawal agreement until relevant legislation has passed. Find out how the vote broke down, and how each MP voted.
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson sent an unsigned letter to the European Union on Saturday requesting a Brexit delay and a separate note saying that he did not want an extension, a British government source said.
The prime minister has requested a further extension to the Article 50 negotiating period to 31 January 2020. / Boris Johnson has written to the EU requesting a three-month delay to Brexit - despite telling them he doesn't want one and vowing to press on with taking the UK out of the bloc on 31 October.
Boris Johnson has sent a request to the EU for a delay to Brexit - but without his signature.
Donald Tusk confirms letter has arrived – though reports suggest it was unsigned photocopy with a conflicting view in a second letter.